Warren County Juvenile Crime Attorneys
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As a parent, you likely worry constantly about your child having the brightest future possible. If your child is charged with a crime, however, the consequences can be dire. A conviction, even on a juvenile charge, can keep your child from gaining admission to college or the military or from getting a job. That is why it is important to aggressively fight the charges and do everything possible to limit the potential negative consequences.
Why Choose Our Juvenile Crime Lawyers?
- Two partners with 25+ years’ combined experience
- Former prosecutors behind your defense
- 10 Best Award 2015 for DUI/DWI Attorneys
With possible outcomes of even a traffic violation conviction being a license suspension and skyrocketing insurance rates, it is important that your child receives aggressive, skilled legal representation. Our criminal defense attorneys will learn all the details of your child's case and pursue an outcome that preserves his or her future.
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A Juvenile Charge Can Have Far-Reaching Consequences
For most children under 18 years old who are charged with a juvenile offense, it will result in a "juvenile delinquency" charge. For more serious felonies, however, your child's case could be tried as an adult. Representing clients in Oxford, Mason and Butler, Ohio, our Warren & Butler County juvenile defense lawyers at Haughey and Niehaus LLC, represent juveniles from across southwestern Ohio facing charges such as:
- Traffic violations
- OVI/ underage drinking
- Car theft
- Domestic violence
- Fake I.D. charges
- Drug possession
The effects of a juvenile conviction are too serious to simply plead guilty in an attempt to "move on." Speak with a juvenile criminal defense lawyer who knows how to help your child.